Lesson

Why Study History - Return to Normandy

Lesson Overview

With an understanding of the importance of the D-Day invasion to the people of France, and to the world in helping end the tyranny of fascism and the oppression of Hitler’s Nazi regime, answer the essential question.  

Duration
Multiple days
Lesson Type
Project Based Lesson

Essential Question

A relative whose father fought in Normandy commented that “history is a living story”. What are the most important factors to consider, when preserving history, so that the living story of history remains relevant to future generations?

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5, 7, 11

Social Studies

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Lesson Created By: Lisa Ray and Lewis Huffman